GBslots??

andyhinckley

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Had a good night at these slots

£20 in £3000 out :)

Has anybody played here?

TIA

Andy

BTW back after a break.
 

jetset

RIP Brian
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You should be OK - GB Slots is trading name for CZ Trading which has the following ownership pedigree: RAL Interactive > Talarius > Tatts Australia. Talarius is a serious UK company in its own right, licensed with the UK Gambling Commission, although GBSlots-CZ Trading is licensed in Malta.
 

andyhinckley

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dont play too much.. well not since my big win at a certain casino group, red with 32 in the name :)
no screen shot boo hoo ..
 

Pinababy69

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kavaman

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I like it overall, but there is a pretty weird t&c part.

"Members that have a history of mainly playing with Bonus money will have their accounts immediately closed."

So even if they offer you bonuses you are not allowed to use them?
 

vinylweatherman

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Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
I like it overall, but there is a pretty weird t&c part.

"Members that have a history of mainly playing with Bonus money will have their accounts immediately closed."

So even if they offer you bonuses you are not allowed to use them?

It doesn't make sense, and is vague. How can "immediate" account closure take place when a "history" of anything is needed to trigger it. They also fail to define "mainly", so it could mean anything from 50% of bankroll being bonus money, something that could easily be exceeded if the casino offers this level of bonuses.


There should be no need for such a term in any case, as making all bonuses invite only, and configured to work ONLY for the account they are allocated to, should enable the casino to ensure that players do not receive more than their allowance of bonus credits.

The most common way smart players get "too many bonuses" is by sharing codes on specialist internet sites, and the software allowing these codes to work on EVERY bonus eligible account. This results in the casino having to act after the fact because it has failed to control the process effectively. This will then lead to bad PR as it has to close accounts of players for vague "discretion of management" reasons, with players able to show they did nothing other than take offers that were advertised, which could then lead to trouble with the ASA since claiming the player took "too many offers" would mean the advertising of them breached the ASA rules.
 
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